Irish soda bread, plants to attract hummingbirds, forcing tulips

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Daily Newsletter for Monday, March 9, 2020

moon-stars
The moving Moon went up the sky,
And nowhere did abide;
Softly she was going up,
And a star or two beside.
–Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772–1834)

Monday, March 9, 2020
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Almanac Garden Guide
 
Irish Soda Bread

Irish Soda Bread

There’s no need to make a deal with a leprechaun.

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Maple Syrup Recipes

Best Maple Syrup Recipes
Today most people pour maple syrup onto pancakes or use it in dessert recipes. But maple syrup is a versatile ingredient. Here are some recipes for making breakfast, lunch, and dinner just a little sweeter.
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Bright and Bold Umbrellas

These sturdy umbrellas come in several nature-inspired designs.

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$39.97
 
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Full Worm Moon Tonight

Full Worm Moon: March
What is the Full Worm Moon? Why is it called the Worm Moon? Are are there worms on the Moon?
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Rooster Birdhouse

Functional art for your garden and feathered friends! 

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$26.95
 
Plants That Attract Hummers

Plants that Attract Hummingbirds
Do you love to watch hummingbirds fly around your garden? Learn which types of plants attract hummingbirds and how to create a hummingbird-friendly environment in your garden!
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Red Mercury Lantern

Buy 2 or more and get $2.00 off each while supplies last. Includes 10 lights and a 6-hour timer. Takes 2 AA batteries.

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$14.95
 
Forcing Tulips

Fooling Mother Nature: Forcing Bulbs
No matter how cold the winter weather, gardeners can stage spring with parlor pots of tulips, sweet-scented paper-whites, old-fashioned hyacinths, and dramatic amaryllis. Start now and don’t stop until every windowsill and side table is abloom with potted beauties. It’s a sure cure for the wintertime blues.
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Alpaca Fleece Socks

The cure for cold feet! Alpaca socks are soft, luxurious, and warmer than sheep’s wool. Choose from active outdoor and extreme cold styles.

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$24.95-$26.95
 
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The Dirt Cure

The Dirt Cure for the Winter Cough
In 1849, a farmer prescribed a “dirt cure” for a winter cough. Janice Stillman, editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, demonstrate this natural remedy. (Warning: Humor required!)
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